Ecology is the science of the natural world.
Nature has the power to shape the world we live in, whether we like it or not.
And that’s the essence of the conservation paradigm.
Conservation is about protecting our planet for future generations.
This philosophy applies to any form of ecosystem, from wetlands to forests, from deserts to forests.
What is conservation?
It’s the conservation of natural systems that protect and restore our habitat, and it includes everything from protecting fish and wildlife to preserving the health of our ecosystems and our livelihoods.
What do we do to conserve ecosystems?
For a long time, conservation focused on the destruction of nature.
We had an ideology of the destruction and eradication of nature, and that was our primary concern.
We’ve now seen the damage that this ideology has caused.
Conservation needs to be about the restoration of ecosystems to a way of life that we can be proud of and proud of ourselves.
We need to restore what is natural and what is not natural.
Conservation works with the natural system and the environment to achieve the highest possible quality of life.
We can’t do conservation without the environment.
It has to be our job to conserve the environment and its resources.
What are some examples of conservation that have been successful?
In the UK, the European Commission has put together a list of 100 conservation projects that have worked, including the reintroduction of wild fauna to the UK.
There are also projects in the US and Canada that have proven to have positive impacts on biodiversity.
Conservation has also helped to reduce the number of species that die in the wild, which is a big deal in the world today.
What’s the best way to promote conservation in the UK?
There are many ways to promote environmentalism.
The best way is to be in touch with the people in your community, and to help them understand that the only way they can achieve sustainable living is by conserving.
How can you help?
You can make a difference by spreading the word.
You can start by signing a petition and supporting environmental initiatives in your area.
You might also start by helping a local charity that has been working with the environment, such as the Green Deal.
If you have a personal connection to the environment you can make an impact by signing your name to a letter that the government has sent to you.
You could also help a local company by donating to its sustainable business initiative.
How will you be doing the next year?
In 2019, we plan to work towards improving the UK’s environmental performance, both on a local and global scale.
The key thing is to do your part and to use your influence to get your voice heard.
In 2018 we launched a campaign called ‘A Year of Conservation’, which encourages people to become conservationists.
In 2019 we are going to continue to improve our environmental performance in a way that will benefit our people, our planet and our future generations, as well as ensuring that our environment is a good place to live, work and play.
We are also working on the UK Climate Change Strategy and a UK Climate Action Plan, which are two key parts of the green agenda.
What can you tell us about our next steps?
We will be in the middle of our third annual Green Year, with an eye to 2020, to give ourselves the opportunity to do more.
We will also be engaging with our local community, local business and community organisations to understand how we can make the UK a better place to work and live.
What about other countries?
The European Union is the only major trading bloc with a sustainable economy.
In 2017, it agreed to take actions to reduce CO2 emissions from its trading and transportation sectors by 40 per cent by 2050.
The UK has the largest economy in Europe, with a population of more than 100 million.
We have also a thriving and growing economy, and we have a highly skilled workforce.
We also have a strong research and development industry, which has helped us to develop a very successful and innovative economy, which we have benefited from since we joined the EU in 1973.
We should work to improve the environment in order to ensure that we are a place where we can prosper and thrive in the future.
Where can we read more about conservation?
Read more about the Green Agenda on the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs website.
What happens next?
The Green Agenda 2020 is a strategic blueprint to transform the UK into a green economy by 2030.
It will set out the Government’s plans for the UK over the next decade and the Government will be investing £3bn over four years in the Green Economy Strategy.
In 2020, we will be committing to take action to protect our environment by reducing CO2 levels, reducing CO 2 emissions and investing in clean energy, green infrastructure, and sustainable agriculture.
It is essential that we take action on these three areas in order that we will achieve our environmental objectives and protect the planet for our children and grandchildren.